BMW Pakistan has declared that it will launch two BMW 2 Series 2017 models in the nation. The European auto creator hasn’t given us a due date yet. Be that as it may, we anticipate that they will bring out the new models in the coming weeks.
Both of these models have a place with the same less expensive 218i series. They will have BMW’s 3-chamber, 12-valve, 1499cc water-cooled turbocharged engine. The engine is fit for delivering 136 BHP and 220 Nm of torque at 1250 RPM. The BMW 218i Coupe accelerates from 0-100 out of 8.9 seconds and has a best speed of 210 KMH while the 218i Convertible quickens from 0-100 of every 9.6 seconds and has a best speed of 205 KMH.
BMW Pakistan aims to expand its market share soon
With respect to the efficiency of fuel, BMW Pakistan claims that the 218i Coupe can do 17 km/l and 19 km/l in urban and additional urban conditions, separately. The 218i Convertible then again can oversee 16 km/l and 18 km/l between city and out of city, separately.
5 Series Launched This Year in Pakistan
The auto-creator has just launched the 2017 BMW 5 Series 530i in Pakistan this year. They are working dedicatedly to feature their name in Pakistan’s automobile industry by bringing new models and broadening their piece of the overall industry.
As of present 5 models of BMW are on the streets,
- BMW 3 Series
- BMW 5 Series
- BMW X1
- BMW X4
- BMW X5
At present, just a couple of units of the 218i Coupe and Convertible will be launched to watch the Pakistani purchaser’s response. In the event that enough interest is seen, BMW will take off more units of the new models countrywide.
The 2 Series autos are relied upon to accompany sensible sticker prices that could go up against the Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic’s best end models. Expect a cost of around Rs. 3.7 million to 4.0 million.
BMW (Bavaria Motor Works) is an image of costly and extravagance autos. It started its administration in Pakistan in 2004, cooperating with the Dewan group. From that point forward, BMW has been the most conspicuous of German automakers in Pakistan.
As far back as the government reported the new Auto Industry Development Policy, we haven’t seen many vehicle makers dispatch their autos in Pakistan. With BMW’s new autos coming soon we may be see an alternate pattern later on in the event that the organization at long last begins assembling such vehicles locally.
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